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whatsoever. if you go into the educational context and you're talking bought mobile on a smart bomb and this access to minority communities, i do not view that as an acceptable substitute for a net book, a laptop, or desktop. atlanta a woman in whose son was in and the fans writing program. one of the right to the assignment was to edit a newspaper story. the way you did it was good to a home worksite. you loaded the newspaper article. he edited it and then up would be edited article to the site where the teacher would have access to it, could market up correctly and put it back on the site for you and your parents to see. this family did not have brought it in their home. she said she was signing up for it because of internet essentials. when esther, what do your kids to napper homework she told me be the story about this assignment. she said he did it on my smartphone. she had tears in her eyes. she said had never tried to edit a document on the smart phone? -- have you ever tried to edit a document on a smart phone? it takes twice as long. it is very hard. you are a professional
do anything to create a job, do anything to educate a child or do anything to bring down the deficit. but attempts at attacks and character assassination the way that mr. powell's been about tonight, frankly, make it a lot harder to solve problems, to compromise, to sit down and actually get something done. but i think that, mr. powell, you underestimate the decency of the voters of the seventh district, and i've had the privilege of representing this district for almost 12 years. and i can tell you we're honest and hard working people, and i have every confidence that the voters are going to reject your negative campaign. but i want to end this debate where we began. this election is about the future and about what kind of country we want to be. now, there's one path that i've advocated, lower taxes, less regulation that will produce more jobs. mr. powell's view is we need to raise taxes, we need government coming in and imposing regulation on businesses. but the fact is, we all know that the unprecedented prosperity of america did not come because the government just spent more mon
. but if you go into the educational context and you're talking about mobile on a smartphone and a lot of this access to, um, the broadband through mobile devices in minority communities in particular is via smartphones, i don't view that as an acceptable substitute for, um, netbook, laptop or desktop. and i met a woman many atlanta, um, who had a son in middle school who was in an advanced writing program, and one of the writing assignments was to edit a newspaper story. and the way you did it was at a homework site. you went on the site and downloaded the newspaper article, you edited it, and you then uploaded the edited article to the site where the teacher would have access to it, could mark it up, correct it and put it back on the site for you and your parents to see. and this was a family that did not have broadband in their home, and the woman told me she was signing up for it because of internet essentials, and when with i asked her, you know, well, what do your kids do now, she told me the story about this assignment. i said, well, how did your son do the assignment? well, he
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